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Did you have a wake-up call moment where you realized you should eat healthier?

CC: For me, no. I just find that each year I try something new. You can’t fight the march of time. To balance that out, each year you should develop one more good habit. It levels the playing field. When I grew up neither one of my parents exercised. My dad worked outside but my mom never belonged to a gym. We had vegetables with Velveeta cheese, Wonder Bread, Doritos, Twinkies. What my mother put in my lunch bag was not good. That’s how I grew up. And then I moved to New York and I realized I was not, unfortunately for me, one of those models who could eat whatever they wanted and not gain weight. Once I grew in to my grown up body I knew I had to do things differently. The first thing I started doing was exercising and I sought that out. I would pay attention to what was going on with food, but you start getting contradictory messages. Neka understood the way I want to approach life and food – be healthy but still have good-tasting food.

What’s the first step someone should take toward a healthier lifestyle?
Neka Pasquale: I think being aware of how much sugar you’re eating and really trying to lower the sugar content, which is really difficult for most people. That would be the number-one thing.

CC: And I would say to stop mindless eating and focus on portion control. If you sit on the couch with a bag of chips, it could be gone very quickly. I’m not saying don’t have the chips—put however many you think is an appropriate serving in a bowl and eat that. We’ve gotten so gluttonous. Mindless eating is not good. You’re not even enjoying the food at that point.

Are there one or two foods you should try to eat every day?
NP: It’s good to not eat [all] the same foods every day. That can cause allergies. It’s better to rotate. Then you’re getting all the different vitamins and minerals. But there are [some] things that are good to have every day, like spirulina in your smoothie or a little bit of turmeric.

What’s your favorite healthy meal?
CC: I would say a kale salad with a piece of salmon on it. My husband owns a restaurant in Malibu and that’s my go-to. There’s so many more choices now in restaurants, but to be able to be out and eat like that in a restaurant is such a pleasure. Sometimes you go other places in the world where it’s hard to eat healthy. I like food. I could name a million dishes. I like to eat with my family and they like pasta, of course, so I’ll just have the turkey meatballs on a bed of raw spinach. Or I’ll make salmon and mashed potatoes and asparagus and skip the mashed potatoes. The more you eat healthy, the more you want to do it because you feel better.
Let’s not kid ourselves: Cindy Crawford is a goddess. But the model wasn’t born flawless–she’s had to work for her health and her looks over the years by finding the right balance of nutrition, exercise, and TLC. Most recently, Crawford’s been focusing on food and how to use it to benefit your health by partnering with Urban Remedy, a line of raw snacks, meals, and cold-pressed juices. Together Crawford and Urban Remedy founder Neka Pasquale have created a something called Cindy’s Essentials, which launched last week with the intention of promoting clean, nutrient-rich eating in a way that’s actually enjoyable. It’s a “non-cleanse” cleanse, if you will, as we learned when we joined Crawford and Pasquale for a mini wellness retreat in Los Angeles’s Topanga Canyon.

How did the two of you [Pasquale and Crawford] meet?
Cindy Crawford: A mutual friend. He said, ‘I just have a feeling you two will connect.’ We met at the Peninsula Hotel in front of the fireplace and what was interesting to me was how Neka talked about food as medicine and how healing food can be. That was something I was interested in exploring. I mean, I already had some knowledge. It wasn’t like I was a total McDonalds fan and then I met Neka. Her whole package to me was interesting.

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CC: For me, no. I just find that each year I try something new. You can’t fight the march of time. To balance that out, each year you should develop one more good habit. It levels the playing field. When I grew up neither one of my parents exercised. My dad worked outside but my mom never belonged to a gym. We had vegetables with Velveeta cheese, Wonder Bread, Doritos, Twinkies. What my mother put in my lunch bag was not good. That’s how I grew up. And then I moved to New York and I realized I was not, unfortunately for me, one of those models who could eat whatever they wanted and not gain weight. Once I grew in to my grown up body I knew I had to do things differently. The first thing I started doing was exercising and I sought that out. I would pay attention to what was going on with food, but you start getting contradictory messages. Neka understood the way I want to approach life and food – be healthy but still have good-tasting food.

What’s the first step someone should take toward a healthier lifestyle?
Neka Pasquale: I think being aware of how much sugar you’re eating and really trying to lower the sugar content, which is really difficult for most people. That would be the number-one thing.

CC: And I would say to stop mindless eating and focus on portion control. If you sit on the couch with a bag of chips, it could be gone very quickly. I’m not saying don’t have the chips—put however many you think is an appropriate serving in a bowl and eat that. We’ve gotten so gluttonous. Mindless eating is not good. You’re not even enjoying the food at that point.

Are there one or two foods you should try to eat every day?
NP: It’s good to not eat [all] the same foods every day. That can cause allergies. It’s better to rotate. Then you’re getting all the different vitamins and minerals. But there are [some] things that are good to have every day, like spirulina in your smoothie or a little bit of turmeric.

What’s your favorite healthy meal?
CC: I would say a kale salad with a piece of salmon on it. My husband owns a restaurant in Malibu and that’s my go-to. There’s so many more choices now in restaurants, but to be able to be out and eat like that in a restaurant is such a pleasure. Sometimes you go other places in the world where it’s hard to eat healthy. I like food. I could name a million dishes. I like to eat with my family and they like pasta, of course, so I’ll just have the turkey meatballs on a bed of raw spinach. Or I’ll make salmon and mashed potatoes and asparagus and skip the mashed potatoes. The more you eat healthy, the more you want to do it because you feel better.

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